Rene Jose B. Stuart del Rosario Sr. posing with his masterpiece.

Where It All Began

On October 2000, while recovering from a Heart -Bypass Operation, our Founder Rene Jose B. Stuart del Rosario (Lolo Rene) was left with only P28,000, pots and pans, and an old assembled car. As he could no longer do business as stressful and laborious as before, our hero Lolo Rene did not allow life to beat him down. Lolo Rene stuck with his entrepreneurial spirit, and his created products based on what he knew, and using whatever he had left.

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GREEN GOLD GOURMET FOODS (Sole Proprietorship)

Green…pointing to mother nature, Gold…pointing to something of great value, Gourmet Foods pointing to Quality Food. Green Gold Gourmet Foods stands for the manufacturing of products from Mother Nature into Quality Food of great value.

The predecessor business of Green Gold Gourmet Foods, Inc. The business was registered under Reinard Donn C. Stuart del Rosario, in trust for the Stuart del Rosario Family. It was registered on October 6, 2004 with the Department of Trade and Industry with registration number DTI PX 2004-00469180. It was also registered as a BMBE (Baranggay Micro Business Enterprise) June 10, 2005 with registration number No. 10-06-005. The business officially closed on December 31, 2011 in favor of the corporation.

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The Logo of Green Gold Gourmet during the time it was still a sole proprietorship.

The Plaque of excellence from the City of Iligan

The Go Negosyo Plaque awarded to Rene Jose B. Stuart del Rosario, as one of the most inspiring entrepreneurs in Northern Mindanao.

Official Logo of Green Gold Gourmet Foods, Inc.


Founded by Rene Jose B. Stuart del Rosario Sr., along with members of his family- wife Donna C. Stuart del Rosario and sons Atty. Rendo, Rene Jose Jr. Paul, and Reinard Donn. The business was incorporated on August 1, 2008 with an initial capital of P750,000.00, and officially commenced commercial Operation on January 1, 2012. It currently has a fully paid up capital of P50 million, with plans of increasing capitalization to P100 million.

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